Any thoughts on odds at Stanford/Berkeley/Columbia? Also curious to know if anyone thinks it's even worth submitting an application at Harvard.
Few other factors: non-URM man, took the LSAT twice but canceled first time, undergrad ivy, big upward swing in grades (freshman GPA was like 0.4 or something lower than other three years), 2.5 years work experience since college (plus two pretty prestigious federal gov't internships while in college), and a supplemental diversity statement on having grown up poor.
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I have similar numbers (see previous posts) and am considering a retake. I think you have a solid chance at Berkeley, puncher's chance at Stanford, and very little chance at Columbia and Harvard. If we could even add 1 pt to the LSAT, it would make a world of difference. Your thoughts? Also I have slightly worse softs, prob makes up for that .16 GPA